Growing up, we all wanted to spend the night in a treehouse at least once, regardless of whether it'd be comfortable or not. There's something about sleeping among nature that makes you feel like you're living a movie. Well, now's your chance, because near San Antonio are treehouse rentals that sit above the most gorgeous river in the entire state. 

Treehouse Utopia is located in Utopia, Texas which is less than two hours from San Antonio. It's the perfect road trip if you're ever looking to take one.

There are four treehouses to choose from when planning your stay, all of which offer something unique from the last.

Chapelle, Carousel, Biblioteque, and Chateau all accommodate two people and require a two-night minimum stay. Chapelle, Carousel, and Biblioteque are all $475 per night and Chateau is $525.

Split between two people the price is definitely doable, especially when you consider what all comes included in your stay. You can share a rental with your boo or your best pals.

Chapelle and Chateau come with clawfoot tubs and almost all of the others come with queen-sized beds, a full shower, free high-speed internet, and more. Chateau is the only treehouse with a king-sized bed. 

Each treehouse is decorated differently, so we recommend checking out their website for pictures of each to match the getaway vibe you're going for.

Whether you decide to come out and rent multiple treehouses with a group of friends, your family, or stay in one with your S/O, you're guaranteed to have a good time.

Treehouse Utopia is taking reservations for July through December 2020 starting this May.

Treehouse Utopia

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Address Or Neighbourhood: Utopia, TX

Why You Need To Go: Whichever treehouse you choose to stay in you'll be impressed by both the interior and the incredible views from your balcony. 

These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.